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dimanche 22 mars 2009

Fête de l'olivier

Le premier jour du printemps et dans la dernière demeure d’Auguste Renoir, un domaine superbes garnies d’oliviers magnifiques ; la raison de s’y rendre? un marché du terroir autour de l’huile d’olive, qui est accompagné d’une démonstration publique de quatre chefs étoilés. Ils cuisinent devant vous les plats servis au cours d’un déjeuner gastronomique auquel vous êtes conviés si vous avez réservé - ce qui n'est pas mon cas ... :(

The first day of spring and the final resting place of Auguste Renoir, a gorgeous lined with magnificent trees, why go there? local markets around the olive oil, which is accompanied by a public demonstration of four Michelin-starred chefs. They cook the food before you serve during a gourmet lunch you are invited if you have booked - which is not my case ... :(

9 commentaires:

Jacob a dit…

Sounds most interesting. I would guess that a "booking" would be fairly expensive. But maybe worth it?

Arnaud a dit…

yes Jacob, it's 45€ all inclusive ...

cieldequimper a dit…

Miam! Et il y aura des photos de la maison ??? ;-)

joo a dit…

Looks fantastic:)

Sally a dit…

I'd like to be there - love olive oil. They grow some really nice ones in Australia now, and I always like to try new ones.

brattcat a dit…

I'll have to remember to raise a glass to Monsieur Renoir this evening. Cheers.

B Squared a dit…

Must be incredibly popular.

Miss_Yves a dit…

J'ai visité la maison-musée (Les Collettes"?)...il y a longtemps . lieu très émouvant.

Daryl a dit…

Thanks for the visit .. lots of dogs of all sizes in New York ...